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welcome back to everyday stoic today we

read quotes from great thinkers from

people like Cara Cletus Plutarch Klee

Anthes and many more time is the most

valuable thing that a man can spend

Diogenes know how to listen and you will

profit even from those who talk badly

Plutarch

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without training they lack knowledge

without knowledge they lack confidence

without confidence they lacked victory

Julius Caesar

one original thought is worth a thousand

- quoting x' Diogenes

the content of your character is your

choice day by day what you choose what

you think and what you do is who you

become Heraclitus

we have two ears and only one Tom in

order that we may hear more and speak

less diogenes experience is a teacher of

all things Julius Caesar day by day what

you do is who you become Heraclitus

we are more curious about the meaning of

dreams than about the things we see when

awake

Diogenes I don't need a friend who

changes when I change and who nods when

I nod my shadow does that much better

blue talk you will earn the respect of

all if you begin by earning the respect

of yourself don't expect encourage good

deeds in people conscious of your own

misdeeds

Miuccia news Rufus wealth is able to buy

the pleasure of eating drinking and of

essential pursuits

yet can never afford a cheerful spirit

or freedom from sorrow you so News Rufus

there is nothing permanent except change

Heraclitus

if we were to measure what is good by

how much pleasure it brings nothing

would be better than self-control if we

were to measure what is to be avoided by

its pain nothing would be more painful

than the lack of self-control mu so news

Rufus the mind is not a vessel to be

filled but a fire to be kindled Plutarch

the fate guide the person who accepts

them and hinder the person who resists

them

Cleon sees in the end when it's all over

all that matters is what you've done

Alexander the Great

what we achieve inwardly will change out

a reality Plutarch

need me Zeus and you fate wherever you

have assigned me I shall follow without

hesitation but even if I am disobedient

and do not wish to I shall follow no

less surely clear anthias

by silence I hear other men's

imperfections and conceal my own xenoa

Valley practice the master of all things

Augustus

bury my body and don't build any

monument keep my hands out so the people

know the one who won the world had

nothing in his hands when he died

Alexander the Great

avoid doing what you would blame others

for doing fail ease

most people including ourselves live in

a world of relative ignorance we are

even constable with that ignorance

because it is all we know when we first

start facing truth the process may be

frightening and many people run back to

their old lives but if you continue to

seek truth you will eventually be able

to handle it better in fact you want

more it's true

that many people around you now may

think you are weird or even a danger to

society

you don't care once you've tasted the

truth you won't ever want to go back to

being ignorant Socrates

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our sensors for ignorant of reality

falsely tells us that what appears to be

is fear false evidence appearing real

plutarch

good character is not formed in a week

or a month it is created little by

little day by day protracted and patient

efforts is needed to develop good

character

Heraclitus

there is nothing impossible to him who

will try Alexander the Great

if you want rainbow you have to deal

with the rain Augustus

be kind for everyone you meet is

fighting a great battle filo of

Alexandria

big results required big ambitions

Heraclitus the body is the souls house

shouldn't we therefore take care of our

house so it doesn't fall to ruin filo of

alexandria with the right attitude

self-imposed limitations vanish

Alexander the Great

we begin to lose our hesitation to do

amol things when we lose our hesitation

to speak of them mutinies Rufus what

good are gilded rooms or precious stones

fitted on the floor inlaid in the wors

carried from great distances at great

expense these things are pointless and

unnecessary without them isn't it

possible to live healthy aren't they a

source of constant trouble don't they

cost vast sums of money that free public

and private charity may have benefited

many News only Rufus

for what does the man who accepts insult

do that is wrong it is the doer of the

wrong who puts himself to shame the

sensible man wouldn't go to the law

since he wouldn't ever consider that he

had been insulted besides to be annoyed

or angered about such things would be

petty

instead easily and silently bear what

has happened since this is appropriate

to those whose purpose is to be

noble-minded mutinies Rufus

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